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Saturday, 31 January 2009

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NASA HQ, Groom Lake - (Dark Side of the Moon Mess): NASA's former CEO Mike Griffin is a top suspect in a Pentagon probe about the Moon suddenly regaining its former ancient magnetic field.

Griffin, 69, is believed to have locked down 'vital' space data at NASA's subterranean Area 51 HQ in Groom Lake, Nevada after the lunar force field was detected following two days of unprecedented astrology back in May 2000.

"Between 3rd and 4th May 2000 the Moon made seven vital planetary conjunctions in the sign of Taurus where it is exulted," Dr V Smart, Matanuska Thunderfuck Visiting Professor of Cosmology at Yale commented today.

"Granted it was a bit of a 'loose stellium' as we call it in the business," Smart added, "but the conjunctions with Venus, Mercury, the pseudo-asteroid Vulcan, the Sun, Jupiter and Saturn may have triggered the re-emergence of the lunar magnetic field that has been absent for nearly two billion years."

Griffin, who holds six science doctorates, has just been awarded the US's National Space Trophy.

His last PhD thesis explored theories that the sign of Taurus 'could be involved' in the transmission of magnetic energy into our solar system from the Earth's six solar companion systems.

His conclusion that 'the six solar companion systems' agent from the planetary world is Mars, ruler of the astral component of man' was complete bunkum was widely ignored by NASA colleagues who subsequently tried shredding the lunar magnetic field re-emergence data.

Prof Stephen Hawking is certifiable.

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Topics: NASA, moon

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